October 22, 2009
okay, but could have been better.
I enjoyed Buster's autobiography, even though it is a bit too "tame". He doesn't badmouth anyone, doesn't give too many details about his alcoholism, his first wife and her antics. I also wish he had written more about his films - some of them are described in only a couple of sentences.
I don't even know if it was him who wrote it (i.e. it's not ghost-written). Well, honestly I could see Buster's wit in it, so perhaps it is him after all.
There's a lot of information about his childhood, early years of life, and it's quite amusing.